American Old Time Song Lyrics: 23 From The Source To The Sea

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 23

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FROM THE SOURCE TO THE SEA.
Copyright, l888, by Willis Woodward & C.
Words and Music by Charles Graham.

I have followed a stream from the spring at its source.
Where it hounded away glad and free,
As a clear running brook " to a deep rivers course,
As a river glide on to the sea;
I have followed it on thro' the forest and glade,
And often the thought comes to me,
That life hath its beauty, its sun-shine and shade.
And runs as a stream from the source to the sea.

Chorus.
Time like a stream a pathway has made,
And often the thought comes to me,
That life hath its beauty, its sunshine and shade,
And runs as a stream from the source to the sea.

The spring is like infancy, joyous and bright,
Untouched by a sorrow or care,
And the brook skimming on, laughing merry and light,
Like childhood so sunny and fair,
While the deep running river, like man in his prime,
Tho' mighty and strong he may be,
Is buried at last in the ocean of time,
And runs as a stream from the source to the sea.-Chorus.
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